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Franciscan Ecumania Gathering Steam as 500th Anniversary of Protestant Revolt Approaches January 25, 2016

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Two recent posts by Rorate highlight the growing impetus in the pontificate of Francis to give tremendous credence to protestant claims by participating in “celebrations” marking the 500th anniversary of the (to date) permanent rending of the union of Christendom and the launching point for the unleashing of forces that have all but totally destroyed Western Civilization.  That is to say, events are to be given official approbation, if not approval, and the direct participation of the highest levels of the Church (to the scandal of millions), which should rightly be lamented and deplored.

Nevertheless, the new god of ecumenism must be worshiped, and worshiped it shall be, apparently for an interminable year-plus.

First up, Pope Francis will participate in a common worship service with Lutheran heretics in Sweden on All Hallow’s Eve this year (more on the date below):

Vatican Radio confirms (Pope Francis to travel to Sweden for joint Reformation commemoration) that the event on October 31 is intended to kick off a whole year of events marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

The Pope will lead the “common worship service” along with two Lutheran leaders: Lutheran World Federation (LWF) President Bishop Dr Munib A. Younan and LWF General Secretary Rev. Dr Martin Junge. It will be held in Lund cathedral, a medieval cathedral held by the Lutherans from the 1530’s to the present day. [That is, it was stolen from the Church in the protestant revolution, occupied by heretics who very often (I don’t know the details of this particular occupation) killed or drove off those Catholics who refused to depart.  In the process of the “reformation,” tens if not hundreds of thousands of faithful Catholics were killed, while priceless treasures of art and architecture were lost forever in pogroms of iconoclastic destruction]

The common worship will be based on the controversial “Common Prayer” liturgical order published earlier this month by the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity (PCPCU) and the Lutheran World Federation (LWF). As we have earlier reported this “order” contains prayers and passages extolling Martin Luther and the Reformation. We can only hope that these truly scandalous prayers will not be included in the actual service to be headed by the Pope. [I blogged on that horrid liturgy here]

About the date……how significant is that?  This is All Hallow’s Eve.  Did they originally want All Saints Day?  That is a time of year in the Church that is very special, with great indulgences available for the faithful to earn for the souls in Purgatory…….and just exactly the kind of belief that Luther founded his revolution against.  That is to say, a day more significant to the protestant revolution, and offensive to Catholic belief, could hardly be chosen.  Luther was no fool when he chose that day in 1517 to nail his erroneous theses to the door of Wurttemburg Cathedral.  That the Church would go along in celebrations of this foul date, which so cut against huge swaths of the sacred beliefs for which thousands of martyrs (many of them now canonized Saints) went to their deaths is simply incredible.  What an insult to their memory and all they stood for.  But the world, or at least the progressive portion of it, will cheer wildly, as they will see very clearly what grave damage is being done to the Church’s reputation in the process.

And as an indication of where this kind of runaway ecumania will shortly lead (it’s 1968 all over again!), another post from Rorate indicates that the heretofore relatively moribund ecumenical “movement” has sprung to new life under this pontificate, with precious distinctions being thrown out the window and a largely “kumbayah” approach:

Although the Pope has previously chosen to wash the feet of both non-Catholics and non-Christians, Archbishop Arthur Roche, secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship, cautioned that the new change does not necessarily include them.

In Jan. 21 comments to CNA, the archbishop said that the changes are meant for “the local community,” and members of “the local parish.”

He said that reading the decree as an invitation for non-Catholics to participate would be a “selective interpretation” of the text, and that while this could be something that happens “in the future,” it’s probably not what the Pope’s decision intended.

However, Archbishop Roche did say that although the decree is meant for the local community, it’s possible that a non-Catholic spouse of a parishioner who regularly attends the Catholic liturgy could be chosen to participate…….

……According to Edward Pentin, a group of Lutheran pilgrims were given communion in St. Peter’s Basilica itself this week. What is significant here is that communion was offered to them unilaterally by the celebrants of the Mass — the Lutherans themselves were expecting to receive only a blessing, and the celebrants knew they were not Catholics. [From no longer being a “reward for good behavior,” the Eucharist has become a worthless object handed out to anyone.  That’s why standards exist, that’s why distinctions are made, and when those are pulled down, the very sanctity, or meaning, of the sacred matter deteriorates down into meaningless dreck in no time.  I am not saying that the Eucharist has lost its sacredness and profound meaning, I am saying it is being treated as such]

It is scarcely possible that this happened without the knowledge of the Basilica authorities. Are we now seeing the practical effects of Francis’ ambivalent words on holy communion for Lutherans?

Those mean ‘ol bastions may have been torn down 50 years ago, but there was still some rubble in the way preventing total ease of occupation of the Church by secular pagan authorities.  Some bulldozers seem to have been provided to helpfully clear that out of the way and construct a superhighway from the world straight into the bosom of the Church – as a form of outreach, of course!  But it’s never quite revealed just whom is reaching out to whom, or perhaps invading whom would be the more apt phrase.  I guess we know, now.

Comments

1. TF - January 25, 2016

May God intervene before October 31 to prevent this horrible scandal! How much worse can it get? Where’s Jimmy Bacon’s “9 things to know and share about Pope Francis’ conversion to Lutheranism?”

2. Tradition and Lace - January 25, 2016

Hmmmm….let me see if I’ve got this straight…
a “Celebration commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation”
between “CHAOS FRANK” & the Lutheran Hierarchy.
On Oct. 31st 2016. Oct 31st? The same date
as the Pagan celebration of the
WITCHES NEW YEAR? How apropos!!

tg - January 26, 2016

My Same thought regarding it being on Halloween.

3. Tradition and Lace - January 25, 2016

Reblogged this on Tradition and Lace.

4. Baseballmom - January 25, 2016

St. Thomas More had it all wrong! He should have dialogued with Hank and celebrated their differences!

5. Guest - January 26, 2016

I really do wonder how God will punish the Church and world in 2017. It’s going to be like the flood, or He’s going to permit the antichrist to come to power. Catholics should recognize Bergoglio for what he is, a false prophet, heretic, and a test to separate the wheat from the chaff.

6. Gary - January 26, 2016

When it rains, it pours. This is beyond sad.

7. damselofthefaith - January 26, 2016

It’s utterly inconceivable that the Vicar of Jesus Christ is essentially going to celebrate the loss of countless souls to a false “Christianity,’ Protestantism, which is rooted in the capital sin of Pride, for Protestantism is the wholesale rejection of Christ and His Church, which he instituted for the salvation of the world. How much worse can it get? St. Luther? God help us.

8. Faith of Our Fathers - January 28, 2016

Saint Thomas More fought the Reformation with his life against Henry8th and now this crawling to Lutherans.


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